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Dress dark cherry of exceptional brilliance very complex nose and distinguished on aromas of cassis, spice, leather and undergrowth Taste: good structure with silky tannins and a long length with great ...
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The Grand Ardeche 2014 is shimmering pale yellow in color. On the nose it reveals aromas of vanilla and brioche with hints of honey and acacia. This is a well-balanced wine, ample and generous in the mouth ...
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La Selve is certified organic and may technically be in the Rhône Valley, but really lies just to the west. The blend is decidedly un-Rhône, though, made up of 40% Cinsault, 30% Grenache and ...
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This fine wine is a French Still Wine 2014 vintage from Rhone Vin de Pays de L`Ardeche produced by Chateau de la Selve that is 750ml.
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Lemon yellow colour with a beautiful shineAromatic and mineral nose of peach, citrus and a hint of mintBody: finely balanced, fresh and fruity
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Golden yellow colour with pale green hues Compex and expressive nose of peach, apricot, lemon with roasted notes Body: roundness, delicacy and minerality; long lasting on the aromas of the nose
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Dark purple, ruby colourExpressive and rich nose allying berries, spices and guarrigue Body: freshness, generosity with delicate tannins and a finale on the fruit, long lastingA wine for long keeping
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This fine wine is a French Still Wine 2009 vintage from Rhone Vin de Pays de L`Ardeche produced by Chateau de la Selve that is 750ml.
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Pale salmon pink colour with a deep shineDelicate, aromatic and fruity nose, with red and white fruit aromas and a flowery noteBody: mineral with a great freshness and an elegant delicacy
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Much like the Bordeaux growing regions, Rhone produces different profiles based on where along the river the grapes are grown. The northern end of the river and valley make up a miniscule portion of the wine coming out of Rhone due to its harsher continental climate. Its notoriety stems from it being the birthplace of Syrah. The southern end has a more Mediterranean climate, producing a wide variety of full-bodied reds and rich whites.

There are three levels of distinction for Rhone wines. AOC is the entry-level classification that makes up half of the region's production. Villages AOC is a bit more complex, and Villages AOC is allowed to a limited number of regions with the name of the village to distinguish itself further. Browse our collection to order Rhone wines by the bottle or the case.